An audio recording of troubled actress LINDSAY LOHAN yelling at her THE CANYONS co-star JAMES DEEN during a read-through session prior to filming has leaked online.
A New York Times Magazine expose, called This Is What You Get When You Hire Lindsay Lohan in Your Movie, was published on Thursday (10Jan13) and in it editors have chronicled the beauty's alleged antics on the set of director Paul Schrader's upcoming erotic thriller.
The article suggests the 26 year old arrived late to work multiple times and constantly argued with the crew, among other things, and now TMZ.com has obtained a recording providing evidence of her behavior.
The clip was reportedly captured on the third day of production, during which Lohan can be heard swearing at Deen during rehearsals.
She says, "Let's act, come on, I know it's for fun for you, but let's do it... Please James, say your line as you're walking over... cause we're doing rehearsal... Do your f**king job!"
A frustrated Schrader, who is forced to break up their argument, then calls for the cast to take a break, saying, "Alright, I've had it... I'm tired."
And Lohan responds, "So have I."
Sources close to the actress, who is facing a return to court for a probation hearing next week (beg14Jan13), insist Lohan thinks the Times Magazine article is largely factually correct - but she's not happy with claims in the piece she drank alcohol on the set and got behind the wheel of a car afterwards.
One source tells TMZ.com, director Schrader would often pour vodka shots for the crew at the end of a shooting day but Lohan swears she didn't partake in the toasts.
The insider also insists Lohan is far from upset about the article, and she is still on good terms with everyone involved in the project, including Schrader, who is reportedly interested in working with her again.
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